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Small Objects Portable Studio: iPhoneography with Nicki Fitz-Gerald

In this episode Nicki will be showing you how to get great professional, studio looking results every time with your iPhone by using this lightweight, portable studio. It’s easy to carry around and set up and is absolutely brilliant for photographing any small items and products.

Sony Announces Two Premium A-Mount Zoom Lenses - First Look

Sony today announced two new premium zoom lenses with constant f/2.8 widest apertures. the Sony Vario-Sonnar T* 16-35mm f/2.8 ZA SSM II and Sony Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm f/2.8 ZA SSM II are both second-generation pro-oriented zoom lenses for Sony Alpha-mount full-frame interchangeable-lens cameras. The lenses can also be used with E-mount cameras via an adaptor and will work with APS-C sensor cameras.

High Key vs Low Key Light - ON SET ep. 30: AdoramaPro

Daniel Norton shows how high key means low contrast and low key is high contrast. The two lighting styles create vastly different looks, and mastering both of them will greatly increase your range as a photographer and videographer.

Create Amazing Backgrounds with Smoke: Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey

If you’re looking to create dramatic effects in your studio with minimal cost, a smoke machine, fog machine or hazer could be the perfect tool. Gavin Hoey gives some great advice and some simple lighting tips that can work wonders on your smoke photos.

Pentax Unveils the K-3 II: First Look

At Adorama we were thrilled to get our hands on the latest offering from Ricoh: the Pentax K-3 II. A follow-up to last year’s model, the K-3 II is an evolution in stunning image quality and modern features including built-in GPS, astronomical tracking and pixel shift resolution. Previously, our customers gave the K-3 rave reviews for its groundbreaking selectable anti-aliasing simulator and the brand’s reputation of rugged weather-sealed durability.  With an impressive list of further upgrades we think our customers will love the K-3 II even more.

Understanding Exposure Part 3: The Exposure Triangle with Mark Wallace

Understanding Exposure Part 3: The Exposure Triangle with Mark Wallace

In this episode, the third in the Exposure Triangle series, Mark shows us how aperture and lens choice affect depth of field. Learn how to adjust your lens aperture to control the background and sharpness throughout the image. He'll also explain how the depth of field can make a distracting background blurry and pleasing to the eye.

Understanding Exposure Part 3: The Exposure Triangle with Mark Wallace

Architectural Photography: Stay Focused with Doug McKinlay

In this episode Doug introduces us to some of London's iconic buildings and shows us how shoot them and their structures at their best, he explains what lenses we should use to achieve this and some tips on getting the perfect architectural shot! 


Nikon 1 J5 Mirrorless Camera: First Look

Nikon 1 J5 Mirrorless Camera: First Look

Nikon continues to refine its beginner-to-enthusiast level interchangeable-lens 1-series compact digital camera. Today Nikon announced the Nikon 1 J5, featuring a higher-resolution 1-inch CX sensor, upgrading video capture to 4K (sort of), and adding NFC wireless capabilities...

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GoPro Bike Mounts: Capture the Action with Martin Dorey

Getting that unique view is always a goal of good photography and video. Martin Dorey shows some mounts that attach to a GoPro that can really change the way we look at a bike ride in the park. 


Horizontal vs. Vertical Composition: You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson

When is the best time to shoot the famous Tiger's Nest in Bhutan? The afternoon! Which is the best way to shoot it? Horizontal or vertical? Both! Bryan Peterson takes you through how to make the most of both compositions.

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